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|Title||:||Art of War: Centenniel Anthology Edition with Translations by Zieger and Giles|
|Author||:||Sun Tzu, Andrew W. Zieger, Lionel Giles|
|Number of Pages||:||204|
|Category||:||Non fiction, Classics, Philosophy, History, War, Politics, Business, Military, China, Leadership|
PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Art of War: Centenniel Anthology Edition with Translations by Zieger and Giles From business to politics to sports the Art of War is as timely for leaders today as it was for military strategists in ancient China strategy negotiation management analysis psychology logistics risk conflict everyone from Secretary of State Colin Powell to influential tech CEO Larry Ellison to NBA super coach Phil Jackson has profited from the timeless wisdom of Sun Tzu s classic This centennial anthology of Art of War celebrates a hundred years of English translation and scholarship in the study of Sun Tzu s timeless military strategy masterpiece .
Included with the original source Chinese are two groundbreaking translations Andrew W Zieger s Sun Tzu s Original Art of War which utilizes the latest scholarly and archeological research to bring the modern English reader closer than ever before to experiencing Sun Tzu as his first readers did some years ago and the translation that started it all Lionel Giles seminal oft quoted The Art of War The Oldest Military Treatise in the World .
Building on the scholarship and research of the last hundred years PART I is the Zieger translation the first translation of Sun Tzu to utilize the rigorous and painstaking methodologies refined by the thousands of translators editors and scholars that have dedicated their lives in the field of biblical translation The result is a rendering of Sun Tzu that pushes beyond concepts and meaning to clearly reveal the imagery and voice of the original Chinese PART II presents the Giles Translation undoubtedly the most influential and ubiquitous version in publication and a must read for anyone seriously interested in Sun Tzu or translation Despite the limitations of the age incomplete archaeological data and undeveloped translation methodology that resulted in inevitable inaccuracies it is a translation that stands up remarkably well against many modern translations .
A must have volume for those serious about understanding Sun Tzu